Daily Archives: April 16, 2016

Nathan Ivie, Casey Voeks, to face off in June primary

A field of five Republican candidates for Utah County Board of Commissioners was narrowed down to two at the Utah County Republican Party’s county convention Saturday.

Nathan Ivie, Casey Voeks, to face off in June primary

Rural fire departments struggle to maintain daytime manpower

LOGAN, Utah — Fire chiefs in rural Cache Valley say when someone calls 911, they always manage to send a team to help, but the harsh reality is they don’t have enough volunteers to handle daytime calls.

Rural fire departments struggle to maintain daytime manpower

ProvoREADS initiative puts the spotlight on graphic novels

When kids learned that this year’s ProvoREADS theme was graphic novels, they threw themselves into it. Literally.

ProvoREADS initiative puts the spotlight on graphic novels

One year later: Elizabeth Salgado still missing

“At the beginning, when I got the notification from my sister that her daughter was not answering her messages, to me, I was shocked,” Rosemberg Salgado said. “I couldn’t believe this was happening.”

One year later: Elizabeth Salgado still missing

Fatal accident on Provo I-15 on ramp late Friday night

According to the Provo Police Department, a two-car accident late Friday night on the on the Center Street on-ramp to northbound Interstate 15 killed a passenger in one of the vehicles.

Fatal accident on Provo I-15 on ramp late Friday night

Fundraising for Love, Owens rematch tops $1M this year

SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. Rep. Mia Love and her Democratic challenger Doug Owens have added a combined million dollars to their campaign accounts so far this year as they prepare to face off again in November, according to new…

Fundraising for Love, Owens rematch tops $1M this year

Idaho GOP member covertly filmed chair over ‘secret society’

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — A Republican central committeeman covertly filmed the head of Idaho’s GOP in an effort to bolster his claims that a secret society had been formed to oust certain members from party positions. The video didn’t reveal…

Idaho GOP member covertly filmed chair over ‘secret society’

Week before convention, election changes case up in the air

SALT LAKE CITY — A week before the Utah Republican Party is set to choose candidates for Congress, governor and other offices, it’s still unclear whether the state’s dominant political party will have to make changes to a nominating system…

Week before convention, election changes case up in the air